MAILCOM Las Vegas Keynotes

The following keynotes will be presented at MAILCOM Las Vegas:


Rise Above Change

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One of the few football players to be named NFL Most Valuable Player three times, Randall Cunningham dazzled fans in Philadelphia, Minnesota, and Dallas on and off the field. After retiring from the Eagles, he made a stunning comeback with the Vikings, leading them to a remarkable 15-1 season. Always a leader, Cunningham’s purpose-driven life is a model for everyone who wants to excel. In this special MAILCOM presentation, he will show you how to LAY IT DOWN and overcome challenges in your life and career.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 12:30-2:30pm


Inside The Beltway: Changes Ahead For Mailers

Galaher

2018 has been a whirlwind of “inside the beltway” (aka Washington, DC) postal-related activity, and it isn’t over yet! From the Postal Regulatory Commission’s 10-year review of the USPS rate system and subsequent proposed changes, to pending postal reform legislation, to the President’s Executive Order and Task Force on the USPS, to the government’s Reform Plan suggesting privatization of the postal system, to the USPS Board of Governors…it’s hard to keep up with the potential impacts on the mailing industry. Fear not! Bob Galaher and Kathy Siviter of the National Association of Presort Mailers (NAPM) will detail what’s happening inside Washington, DC and how it will affect you.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 9:00-10:00am


Crisis Management: Lessons Learned

Deputy Chief Jones

You never know when a security crisis will strike, but there are lessons learned.  Join Las Vegas Deputy Chief Jones who will provide a presentation on the crisis last year in Las Vegas when a lone gunman began firing into a crowded venue. The presentation will provide an overview of first 24 hours of the event, the subsequent investigation and lessons learned. Hear first hand about the challenges faced in the tragedy and gain insight in how to prepare and prevent tragedy from striking your operation.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 8:30-9:30am